I was staying in the Bui Vien area and there were many places to eat, including bars and restaurants offering a full English breakfast. I found myself spending a lot of money trying these breakfasts, only to find out that what was offered was far from a full English breakfast. I decided to stop looking for the English breakfast and just find one that would fill me up. I had a friend who was staying in the Duc Vuong Hotel, and he advised me to try their buffet, so I did.
There was a large variety of food to choose from, ranging from local to international cuisine. There were options to eat in the restaurant, but I chose to eat at the rooftop bar because it offered a beautiful Japanese theme and a panoramic view of the city. Their prices were more than reasonable and I got much more than I paid for. I chose to eat at the hotel most mornings after this, as it was a good and healthy start to the day, especially on days where I was going on a tour.
“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” and Duc Vuong Hotel definitely ticks that box for me.